What is Back pay?
Back pay is past wages and benefits, including bonus, overtime, etc., to which an employee is entitled either because of a retroactive increase or they are dismissed before the intended last pay date. Back pay can be court ordered; for example, if an employer unlawfully fires an employee, the employee may be due back wages for the time he/she was not allowed to work.
What is Superannuation?
Superannuation is an organisational pension program created by a company for the benefit of its employees.
What is SMSF (Self Managed Superannuation Fund)?
SMSF (Self Managed Superannuation Fund) is a superannuation trust structure that provides benefits to its members upon retirement.The difference between …
What is Six Sigma?
Six Sigma is a set of management techniques intended to improve business processes by greatly reducing the probability that an …
What is Reputation Management?
Reputation Management is the practice of attempting to shape public perception of an organization by influencing online information.
What is a Reference Check?
A Reference Check occurs when an employer contacts a job applicant’s previous employers, professors, teachers or coaches and other sources …
What is Redundancy?
Redundancy occures when an employer reduces their workforce because a job or jobs are no longer needed.
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